hi,i had pep smear test,and the result is "smears are cellular,adequate showing predominantly superficial and intermediate cells in a background of heavy inflammatory infiltrate and lactobacilli.benign endocervical cell clusters are seen.no dyskaryotic cell seen.is this mean i have cervical cancer?
Hello dear, thanks for your question on HCM. The report you have mentioned is not suggestive of cervical cancer. It is having high inflammatory cells. This suggest chronic infection due to bacteria. Report clearly mentioned about absence of dyskeratotic cells. These cells are seen in cancer. You are not having these cells, so no need to worry for cervical cancer. Better to consult gynecologist and start treatment for chronic infection.
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